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LINK - 3/12/2009 14:48 UTC

Rabbi Israel Weingarten cross-examines his daughter at his own molestation trial

The Rabbi's own daughter accuses him of molesting her repeatedly from ages 9 to 16.

59 year old Israel Weingarten choses to represent himself against charges that could send him to prison for 20 years.

"Do I have to answer?" the now-27-year-old asked Judge John Gleeson in a trembling voice before gathering the strength to shoot back when asked why she didn't complain sooner.

"My feeling of your molesting me was at most fear and blackmail and years of torture," she said, eyes widening as she wiped tears off her cheeks. "Fear because you hurt me because I told my mother. Didn't I get hit enough?"

The girl, who broke with her father's ultra-Orthodox community after allegedly being abused by him from ages 9 to 16, explicitly described reprehensible acts in public with words she was once forbidden to say even in private.

"You could ask me, I'm not trying to fight you," Weingarten said once after she failed to understand a question.

LINK - 3/4/2009 20:50 UTC

Guy caught on CCTV urinating as he walks down the road

LINK - 2/23/2009 14:35 UTC

LINK - 2/23/2009 14:28 UTC

Man lives in a cave - wants to sell it on eBay

LINK - 2/21/2009 15:38 GMT

They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill

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LINK - 2/19/2009 14:36 GMT

Nine year old boy genius writes application for iPhone

Little Lim Ding Wen in Singapore has written a painting application for the iPhone.

He created the finger painting program, known as Doodle Kids, for his two younger sisters aged three and five.

The program allows iPhone owners to draw images on the handset's touch screen using just their fingers.

The program has been downloaded more than 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in less than two weeks.

While most children of his age are painting or drawing with crayons, Lim Ding Wen has been programming.

Lim, who is now fluent in six programming languages, first started using a computer when he was two-years-old, discovered programming aged seven, and has since completed more than 20 programming projects.

LINK - 2/10/2009 14:53 GMT

Document filed: New Hampshire challenges the US Federal Government?

For those who don't know it, the US Government is supposed to be limited in power. The power is supposed to go to each of the United States. States being plural. For each state, the power is to the people. You can break it down to county, city/town, etc... but ultimately, the power is in the hands of the people. The government is the people.

LINK - 2/3/2009 14:30 EST

Work at home -- but this time its a list from yahoo.com

1. Alpine Access


Job Title: Customer care professional

2. HireMyMom.com


Job Titles: Virtual assistant, professional blogger

3. Sylvan Online


Job Title: On-line certified teacher

4. National Shopping Service


Job Title: Mystery shopper/researcher

5. oDesk


Job Title: Various professionals

6. Working Solutions


Job Title: Transcriptionist, customer service representative

7. Language Lab


Job Title: Teacher, actor, customer service representative

8. 1-800-FLOWERS


Job Title: Customer service representative

9. Aetna


Job Title: Account manager, negotiator, customer service representative, nurse and more

10. Elance


Job Title: Legal, Web design, engineering, admin, marketing or writing professional

LINK - 2/2/2009 13:39 EST

Goat detained over armed robbery!!

Police in Nigeria are holding a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.

Vigilantes took the black and white beast to the police saying it was an armed robber who had used black magic to transform himself into a goat to escape arrest after trying to steal a Mazda 323.

"The group of vigilante men came to report that while they were on patrol they saw some hoodlums attempting to rob a car. They pursued them. However one of them escaped while the other turned into a goat," Kwara state police spokesman Tunde Mohammed told Reuters by telephone.

LINK - 1/27/2009 22:42 EST

Sale of slaves 1833

LINK - 1/26/2009 19:00 EST

13 year old girl sends 14528 text messages from her LG cell phone in one month racking up a bill of $2905USD

LINK - 1/12/2009 14:00 EST

Four year old kid breaks into store a 3 am.

Link: boy plays with toys

LINK - 12/19/2008 11:29 EST

Another Japanese Fembot: Advanced Female Android Aiko Al

LINK - 12/18/2008 23:02 EST

Juden eintritt in die parkanlagen verboten / Zydom wstep do parku wzbroniony

LINK - 11/26/2008 23:22 EST

German Beer

LINK - 11/26/2008 22:43 EST

Britain's fattest pets compete in slimming contest

LINK - 11/19/2008 14:24 EST

Tiny, long-lost primate rediscovered in Indonesia

WASHINGTON (Reuters) ? On a misty mountaintop on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, scientists for the first time in more than eight decades have observed a living pygmy tarsier, one of the planet's smallest and rarest primates.

Tarsiers are unusual primates -- the mammalian group that includes lemurs, monkeys, apes and people. The handful of tarsier species live on various Asian islands.

As their name indicates, pygmy tarsiers are small -- weighing about 2 ounces (50 grammes). They have large eyes and large ears, and they have been described as looking a bit like one of the creatures in the 1984 Hollywood movie "Gremlins."

They are nocturnal insectivores and are unusual among primates in that they have claws rather than finger nails.

They had not been seen alive by scientists since 1921. In 2000, Indonesian scientists who were trapping rats in the Sulawesi highlands accidentally trapped and killed a pygmy tarsier.

LINK - 11/19/2008 09:06 EST

Grave found in Germany is Oldest DNA Evidence of Family

A grave with the remains of a mother and father huddled together with two sons has been dated to 4,600 years ago and marks the oldest genetic evidence for a nuclear family, researchers say.

The individuals were carefully arranged in their graves to denote they were part of a biological family, the researchers say. Wounds on the remains suggest the parents and kids were defending themselves against a violent raid, involving stone axes and arrows, at the time of their deaths.

The family grave is one of four burials discovered in 2005 near Eulau, Germany. All together, the burials hold 13 individuals, including adults ages 30 years and older, and children ranging from newborn to 10 years old at death.

LINK - 11/18/2008 16:42 EST

Try to spell Racecar backwards

LINK - 11/17/2008 15:33 EST

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    You could finger her bum--
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